Hailed as a artist whose vision focused keenly on the complexity of human nature and life, Mexican-born sculptor Enrique Alférez composed his works from a variety of materails, typically bronze, though he used terra cotta to form "Terracotta Widow."
|Courtesy of||Collection of Dr. Tlaloc Alferez|
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